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The owner who purchased President Donald Trump's childhood home in Jamaica Estates has rented out the two-story house.

President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Jamaica Estates was leased out for rent so quick that it would even make The Donald blush.

After the five-bedroom home located at 85-15 Wareham Pl. was sold for $2.14 million at an auction in January, the mystery buyer — a holding company called Trump Birth Home LLC — put the Tudor-style home up for rent on Thursday, June 15, and it was almost immediately leased out, listing agent Jason Friedman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, told DNAinfo.

Mansion Global, who first reported the story, said the owners were looking to get between $3,500 and $4,000 a month for the 2,500-square-foot presidential abode.

Trump’s father, Fred, built the two-story home in 1940, and it is where the president spent the first four years of his life before the family moved into a different home in the same neighborhood.

The home features 4 1/2 bathrooms, an enclosed porch in the backyard and a detached, two-car garage.

It was not revealed who rented the president’s childhood home or how much they will be paying per month to live where Donald Trump grew up.

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